The Book of Ceremonies by Gabriel Horn

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Within these pages, celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn weaves a hauntingly beautiful tapestry of traditional stories, songs, and prayers that highlight the sacred Native way of life. Interwoven throughout this visionary work are detailed ceremonies and rituals for:
Marriage, Pregnancy, Birth, Greeting the Day, Death
Divorce, Presenting an Infant to the Sun, Dreams and Visions
Solstice and Equinox, Healing, and more...
The Book of Ceremonies is filled with the heartfelt words of a powerful writer and the original illustrations of Carises Horn, a talented young artist. All of us who live on this sacred land will enjoy and treasure this beautiful book.

Celebrated Native American writer Gabriel Horn weaves a beautiful tapestry of stories and short pieces that show us the sacred Native way of life. The writing is beautiful and emotional throughout. It is the work of a talented writer who has walked the native path for years, and is able to show us the native way in all aspects of life. The Book of Ceremonies offers clear explanations of a wide variety of ceremonies.

About Gabriel Horn

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Gabriel Horn (White Deer of Autumn) is a writer, speaker and Associate Professor who teaches writing, literature, and Native American philosophy. His other books include The Wisdom Keepers, Native Heart, Ceremony in the Circle of Life, and The Great Change. He lives with his family in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Published February 16, 2011 by New World Library. 256 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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